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to damage something so severely that it no longer exists or can never return to its normal state
to destroy or severely damage something
to seriously damage or completely destroy something
to gradually destroy something
to destroy something completely
to destroy something or damage it very badly
to damage something seriously, or to spoil it completely, especially by removing part of it
to destroy or seriously damage something
to break something into so many pieces that it is completely destroyed
a marketing strategy which deceives people by trying to suggest that a business is motivated by principles of sharing rather than conventional profits
a small tanker for fuel or water
open/agreeable/able to be communicated with via text
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